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nVKNINQ IlUhUITIN, UONOMIM.'. T. II., MONDAY. JAN. II, 1907.
Maui Legislators and Leaders
Decide On Measures To Be Supported
RESULT OF CONFERENCE ON IMPORTANT MATTERS TO COME BEFORE LEGISLATURE
should he most Interesting to all Housekeepers and economical buy.
ers. They are money-savers In the truest sense of the word. Every
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ON SINGLE PAIRS OF
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Curtains for just half the reg
ular prices; there are all kinds
and all qualities.
The following prices will pre
vail, beginning on
$1.00 quality $ RO
WHITE NET CURTAINS:
ECRU LACE CURTAINS:
$1.00 quality 82.00
$8.50 " .1.25
ECRU DONNE FEMME
$5.00 quality ....
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A TOWEL SPECIAL
Turkish Bath Towels
At Reduced Prices
llcginning MONDAY MORN
INC, qualities and prices that
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$2.75 Towels for S2.J15 doz.
$3.50 .jjjy.jio "
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If you desire, our representative will' call and give you any fur
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Tel. Main 390
SOME PRICES CUT IN TWO;
OTHERS FAR DELOW REG
Mercerized Dress Goods
Pink, Laveneer and Dlue;
looks like Silk; will wear bet
ter than Silk, washable.
Regular Price 50c
ON SALE MONDAY .25 yri.
Pretty designs and dainty col.
orlngs; very dressy and still
Regular price . 40c
On SALE BEGINNING
MONDAY at 205 yd-
For Ladles' wear as well as
for Men's Shirtings, yard wide,
striped and figured.
Regular 16 1-2c goods
ON SALE BEGINNING
MONDAY 12'.4 yd.
Yard wide. In olnk and blue dc
signs. 25c quality, J
MONDAY 15 yd. i
On Sale at
All new. This seasons
goods. Prices for the week,
providing thev last, beginning
J2.50 ALPACA WAISTS $1.1)0
Colors. Navy Blue, W.ick,
Cteam and Red.
$3.75 WAIST 92.00
Cream color, elaborately
embroidered and tucked.
$1.00 WAISTS 9U..10
A handsome Cream Alpaca
Waist, plaited front, tailor
Goods Co., Ltd.
Test of Time
There Is no exieriment Involved In
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ers through years of constant use and
has never been equaled In quality,
YOUR OHOCCR HA8 IT1
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75c per month
(Spcrlal to the llntlrtln)
Wnlluku, Maul, .Inn. II. The Kcpiib-
llcun County Commltlco for .Maul mrl
Scstcrday to puss on matters to lio
brought licfnro the coming LcrIsI.iIiiic
imit Instrneteil the leglslnlnrs elected
from Maul to Introduce IiIIIh favoring
Hie following matters unil to work for
the passage tit the same.
To give Maul County control of tlio
I.-ilmlnn and tlio Wntliiku-Kuliulm
wnter work". Ttm oonimltteo fnvors
issuing Comity bonds unci purchasing
wild wnlrr works from the Tcrillory
County control of (iovcrmiicnt
pounds ami jippoliii incut of pound-
inaHteiM h Hid counties: that the Leg-
Mature pas a law cRlnhtlshliig licenses
iuhI the iniuillrs to Ikkhu the lliciisci
unil collect thn fern.
CovIh unil flues In illntrlt t courts to
he n county icnllrnllon mill that dis
trict magistrates. bo nomlnalcil by. the
llonril of Supervisors anil unpointed
with the approvnl of Ihu Chief Ju.i
lice. Deputy Sheriffs to he musilulcd iiml
Mil elected as at present.
That mithnrlty ho given the Super
visors to provide punishment for lo
latlon of County ordinances hy fines
unil ImprlHomiient, salt) penalties to
he enforced hy the proper courts.
Counties to he Riven control of the
jnlls ami prisoners, mid that I.nhnlun
lima ho Hindu an Agricultural College,
olso to provide n Territorial appropri
ation In aid of n Federal experiment
' latlon to bu located In Kula, .Maul,
Tor tlio henellt of our small fanners.
"An Official" Of Hawaii
Writes Warm Letter To
Washington D, C. Herald
Says Japanese Are Ruining Islands And Gover
nor Is NeedeflWho Will Not Deceive
The People Sugar 'Barons And
Tho Wnshlngtoii (I). C.) lleruld
primed the following In Doc. .list
Some weeks ngo, when Mr. Hldney
Itullou, of Honolulu, wns Slav lug nt
tho Hhorehain, In this city, ho gao tho
Herald an Interview on alfuiis in the
Kaiidwlch Inlands, which wns lend with
Interest, and seemed to present accur
ately tlio views of residents of Hono
lulu as to conditions there. Tho Her
ald tins now received a communication
from n resident of Honolulu, nn olllelu!
whoso name Is wilhicld because of tho
IMisltlou ho holds. Hlf' letter presents
another view of tho question illsruss
ed by Mr. Ilulloii, and Is, thcrefoie,
w 01 thy of premutation:
Kdllor Thu Wnshlngtoii Herald:
'Hawaii Is fast being Orientalized, mid
thn best clement of tho Americans ro
siding hero, most of them staunch Re
publicans, feel that tho Federal Oov
eminent bun not den It fairly with us.
Wo surrendered up our custom house
nnd postolUco receipts to thu mtllomil
government, In tho Iiohi Hint appro
priations would bo nindo from tlnio to
time In assist this infant Turrltory of
tho American Union until Its Immense
lesouit-es welo uioro fully developed.
Sidney llallou, u lawyer, of Hono
lulu, does not represent tlio middle
cliiss of Hawaii, nml tho heavy immi
gration of .Japanese Into this Terri
tory Is not only a menaco to its Inter
nal peace nnd safety, but will most
surely result In driving out of tbeso
Islands tho few thousand Americans
nnd Anglo-Hiixons who nro now hero.
Tho Jnpaneso hnvo already hecomo
hnckmeii, barbers, engineers, painters,
storekeepers, tloctots, In fnct, they
hnvo entered Into every Mold of labor
and Into tlio learned pmfosslons, They
nro so nggtesslvo that soon they will
control tho business of tho country, to
tho exclusion of Americans. The su
gar bnrons of llnwnll, whoso wealth
bus grown "beyond tho dreams of nv
iirlco," of course favor tho swarming
of tills country with tlio subjects of
tlio Mikado. They wnnt and cry for
P. E R. Strauch
Furnished Dr. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Larue Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m.
7-room Cntlaqe near Kakilanl School
$10. per in,
To pihs an enabling net aiilhorl;lng
Cnunlloii to Issuo lunula for building
belt roiuls, Hint such other public
works as may he sperlllcall desired,
Midi its court ImiiHcs ninl public
school I u 1 1 1 1 1 1 u: h . In the arguments
Tor and ngnlust this )tnpirlnnt ntei It
vas shown that Mnul can nut hopo to
get ccrlnln needed public Improve
ments unless she Issues her own
bonds anil itoes the work herself. The
stand taken by the Honolulu adminis
tration ngnlnst public works on Mnul
Is so plain Hint he who runs may rend.
Tlmt niitomohlle tnxes be plareil nt
HO for Rlnglo sent motor cms nml $211
lor double sent ears; Hint salaries of
elective County officers be given a Ju
dicious iolslou, salaries of district
imlKcH bu Increased, and salaries of
kcIiooI teachers be Increased where
To pass a measure. regulating the
appointment nml control of the Comi
ty police, ulso to provide a salary for
u stenographer for tlio Circuit Court,
Second Circuit, which Is badly iieede-l
In this circuit.
Provision for n clerk for tlio Wnl
luku District Court was passed over
tho protest of a Committeeman from
(ho llamnkiiapoko precinct, who
thought It wns only nn nttempt to ere
ntc n "soft snai" for n friend.
The subject of mukhig n change In
tho law relating to tho registration of
voter.t, prcclpltntcil so much discus
sion as to manner of handling the reg
Istrutlou of voters although nil
ngreeil to thn nercsslty of u change
cheap labor, nml they nro fust Invest
ing much of their vast wealth In for
eign securities. The strong hand of
the I'icslileiit has been raised In tie
lense of tho Ameileuiilzlng Hawaii, lie
known that our fajr land must pus.i
fiom us unless drastic mensures are
resulted to. Wo want tho passage of
nn net by Congress to enable the Fed
eral (lovcrumcnt to take chnrgo of tho
public lands of these islands, mid hy
virtue of which a Federal commission
er shall bu appointed by, nml respon
sible to, thu Kxeciillvo at Wnshlngtoii
for tho division nnd allotment of these
hinds to desirable American rettlo'Tt.
This Is thu policy of tho Administra
tion, If 1 ran lead tho signs. It can
not bu put In full foreo too boon. The
.lupuiicM) send out of this Territory
every yenr nearly two nnd u half mil
lion dollars through thn Yokohama
Specie Hank nnd tho Unlled States
mulls, Tliey drain thu ensh Hint
i.boiild ho kept In circulation In lln
wnll. No man can bo truu to this
(tiuutry mid to the great nation that
bus unmixed us and bay Hint mora
Jnpaneso nro desired in Hawaii. Wo
don't want any more, nml if thorn Is
nny way lo provmit tho further Influx
of this nggresslve, domineering, American-hating
race. It should bo tllscour
aged, and measures put Into force nt
once. They menu to rulo this html ol
l-crputiinl summer, this bountiful spot
Hint hits boon iiiude a Territory, nnd
Into whom) bin hois come tho ships of
u'l nations, which Is now tho key to
tho commerce of tho I'acltlc and the
Tar Hast. A nnvnl dry dock Is whnt
wo want more I ban anything elso, out
side tif stiong nnd Imprcgnnblo fortl
I Mentions, work on which should lo
'omuieuced at once Honolulu should
lio tho American (ilbrnltnr of thu Pu
rine I'enrl Harbor, If widened and
deepened nt Us oiitrnnco, will shelter
tho giontcst tlcet America enn send to
protect her Increiislng commcrro, Tho
Pacific Mull Steninshlp Coinpnuy's
Etcnmshlp Mnnchuilu went aground
here. Tho United Stntes transport
f-liorlilnn wns piled upon tho rocks,
nml hundreds of ships cinne Into Ho
nolulii disabled by the perils of the
lion. Surely the United States should
protect llfo and property, and should
expend, without stint, sufflclont monoy
to develop Us maritime tommnice
Lot us hnvo the dry dock, for our
customs receipts will pay for It. Let
Justice be done to Hawaii, now, hefon
It Is too late 'I be Hat; wa-i rulsed
hero, and far bettor that the nugar
fields of the planters should bo laid
wnsto nnd tho sugar cnuo burned to
KING ST.'usIich, thu milhi ceuso lo grind, tho
that It wns referred to the executive
committee. No one wnnted to give the'
Iteglstrnr nn easy oppoitunlty to stuh!
the roll of voters, and )el nil ngieedl
every eligible citizen bo given n
(banco to enroll himself ns a voter.
A new court house for Wnlluku was
"iidomed. An amendment to tho Jury
law wns approved, giving Jurors In
our Circuit Courts the same fees unit
mileage as allowed In the Kctlcr.il
That nn Indemnity bill bu panned to
relinbursu witnesses' expenses for at
tending courts In criminal causes
since July 1. 1905. and Hint Ihu Terri
tory pay all the expenses In criminal
causes hi circuit courts of tlio Terri
tory. To pass nn appropriation for sup
port of Ihu militia.
Pilots' nt Kahiiliil and llllo bo ghen
tho samu salaries ns Honolulu pilots
and to be furnished with pilot boats to
cnnblc them to properly perform tho
duties required of them.
To work for tho Insertion of n clause
In certain appropriation hills guaran
teeing "Hint tho amount of money to
bo expended In oncli county for public
Improvements bu In the samu propor
tion to the whnlu amount of money ex
IKMidcd ns the totnl appropriation for
Hint County bears to the cntlro
To provide npproprlntlons for erec
tion of cottnges for school teachers
wherever needed, nnd tho erection of
a new Jail for I'ukoo, Molokal.
The pioposltlou to hnvo public
Kanaka return to his semi barbaric
state, than that a servile race should
dwell In Hawaii. A fluty on coffeo, or
n bounty for Us production, would do
much to solve thn problem and pre
ent Hie Islands from becoming one
nst plantation, operated by a trust
The Value of
Women arc nllractiw liccattsc lltcy are women, lint who .shall tlciiy tliht llidr allracttvcticss
is not doubled liy a wise sttttly of the power of feathers? An inilifTiTciit-lookitif; woman may trans
form herself to a siren hy the mere twist of Iter hat ; nnd wreck a thousand hearts by the glory of
her gown. Anil why not? .Man jests at this anil with much philosophy assures us he loves her
for herself; yet hows like a slave to Iter with the rustling silk.
In a different way 'tis the same with men. The poorly dressed is snubbed. His clothes are
taken as his market value, and 'lis money that docs the talking. The man whose clothes arc cheap,
looking is called a "man" even hy the children and he with the swell raiment is classified a "gen
tleman." Tis a pity, hut 'tis true. The world judges us at first sight by the clothes we wear, ami
when you reason it out, what else can the poor worltl tlo.
Character, honesty and the cardinal virtues cannot be put on ihe surface, (and they tlo not suf
fer by association with good clothes), so for lack of something better, for the time being, at least,
the worltl judges a man by what he wears.
' MAKU SUITS TO 01WHR from $10. loS?50 AND GVARANTFli Till- PIT!
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.,
COR FORT WD MERCHANT STREETS.
rchools contiolled hy Comities preelp
Hated much discussion Mr. Copc-
land, principal of Hie Walliiku school, '
asked pcimlsilnn mid wns allowed til'
iiddress the committee on the subject. .
He stnteit Hint the teachers of Mnul
were opisised to any change In the ed I
urntlonnl svslcm of the Territory, this
wns met with n statement from a!
I romlnent conimltteeninn that tlio
tenchers of his district were In favor
of the change. Mr. Copelnnd then
said Hint certain changes may he
made such ns displacing tho Terrlto
I la! Normal Instructor or Inspector by ,
n County Superintendent of Schools,
Mid al.ollshlng tho olllce of district
school agents entirely, which oulil
ho nn Improvement on the present sys-i
tern. The County Superintendent to'
be appointed nml not elected nnd to
bo a college graduate or a teacher
holding a first-class certificate. J
Ho said ii change In the control of
schools would hurt tho schools In the.
other Islands or Comities nnd benefit'
Oahit, ns a larger per rent, of the
i.chiml money wns spent In the other
Counties Hum on Onliu. Also Hint It ,
wns costing this Territory on the nv
cngo $20 n year for Hie expenses of
educating its school population in thn
public schools, which wns a much
higher rato of cost than In tho States.
This statement Is certainly nn unin
tended nrgmnent against tho Inrrenso
of salaries for sclitsil teachers so en
tniislnstlcnlly voted for earlier In the
Tho Wnlluku Impiou'tncu Assocln
with slave labor, for bo It known (hat
unless thu Government at Washington
shall extend a Helping band at once
lo encourage thu Anicrlcnn producer,
this possession of tho Union M.nll he
lost forever. Wo aro not asking too
much, hut whatever Is done, if done nt
nil, should ho done tpilckly.
A dry dock, a bounty on coffee, and
n iststofflco will help us to keep pos ,
session of wlint III the future will lio
the most valuable of Undo Sum's for
eign isissesslons. If tho red Ihhi nml
delay which seems to prevent tho gov
ernment from acting can only ho sus
pended hy tho grunt President now In
tho White House, wo will have no rea
son to regret tho raising of tho Stars
nml Stripes on thn Hawaiian Islands.
Tho hind Is rich, productive, nml tho
climate thn best In tho world. All wo
want Is teniMirary assistance. Thu
money wilt yield compound interest in
live onrs, ami it Is to bo devoutly
wished that the President shall place
In the Kxccutlvo chair In Hawaii u
man who will not deceive him, and
who will carry out his policy to miiko
this an Amerlrnn Territory In fact as
well as In name. Yours slnceicly,
Honolulu, Dec. 12, IQun.
"Who's Your Tailor?"
Hon sent In earlier u protest against
changing the school system. This
stand taken by citizens of Wnlluku tins
merely caused people from tho other
districts to distrust the proisisltlou for
n .Maul Hoard of IMucatlnn to ho up
pointed, In nil likelihood to be com
isiseil of Wnlluku citizens. They nro
planning to hnvo a measure pnssed so
that in the proposed County Hoards of
IMiicatlnn Wnlluku men shall not have
If certnln Incidents which have hap
pened time nnd again In the out-of-thc-wn
country schools 'ml never Imp
feiied, perhaps tho country districts
v.ould not have been bo unanimous In
urging nnd voting for n change.
The Conimltteo simply voted to
Ptnnd by the change proposed In the
party platform, ami referred the sug
gestions presented by Mr. Copelnnd to
the executlvo committee.
At the request of Senator Coclho the
committee agreed to employ a lawyer
to draw up bills embodying the ahovn
suggestions for early Introduction In
II. P. Dubinin presided over the de
liberations of the committee, nnd with
the exception of tho Moloknl precincts
ill tho precincts were represented,
fc'cvernl of the higher County officers
took part in the discussion, having
been Invited to lako part. Tho meet
ing opened at D..10 a. m. nnd adjourn
ed nt I.. 10 p. m.
tHf"fr Rent" cards on sals it
the Bulletin offlc.
fjirffril In tht) Bsllftlsj
Walliiku, Maul, Jnn. II. F. C. Itn
mom!, an Hawaiian, who has been
working as a cowboy for some time nt
the Kahlkinul Ranch committed sui
cide by shooting himself with a pis
tol, early this morning at his home
bear Ulupnlnkun. What prompted him
to this url of tell destruction Is nt
(KlirHut lo the llullrtht
Wnlluku, Mnul, Jnn. 12. The dra
ngo to the Klhcl whurf has been ro
lnlri-d. The wharf was not blown"
nwny at all ns some, of the Ilonolulj
lpers would have It. Tho rorrcsixmil
cnt who scut down Hint jellow Item
niiibt have had a glorious new yenr cc!
tbrntlon. MR8. MORGAN'S JAMS and JELLIES
FOR SALE AT
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE ,
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
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